The Cancer is Back
In this episode of the Caregiver’s Guide to Cancer, Jose and I share our story together for the first time. We take you on a chronological journey of our cancer story… up to TODAY, January 16th. We talk about what it’s like to hear the word remission and then to be blindsided by hearing that the cancer is back only one month after completing chemo.
Tomorrow, we begin treatments for the reoccurrence of Hodgkin Lymphoma. This time the treatments are more aggressive, more invasive and more intense.
We’re sharing parts of our cancer story that we’ve never shared publicly. We feel it’s important for you to know what it’s like for us as we share nuggets of things we’re learning along the way.
We’re also asking for your continued prayers. There is power in prayer. We need our prayer warriors as we enter into the second chapter of this cancer diagnosis, the treatment and all of the emotional and physical hurdles it brings. We are beyond grateful for the warm reception to this podcast and have shared in your highs and lows just as much as you’ve shared in ours. Even in the midst of cancer, there is much to be grateful for. We are grateful for you!
Our Gift to You
Our first gift to you is our FREE Gratitude Journal. Your mindset as a caregiver has a great impact on the overall health of the entire household. Today, I encourage you to do this one thing for your mental and physical health.
As always, this is meant to be a conversation. We’d love to hear from you. Drop us a comment or to reach us directly, email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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